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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Toyota's Project BLAID

Story about a cool assistive device being developed by Toyota. A horseshoe-shaped device that can help those without sight explore the world better than ever. “This new product is a hands-free, horseshoe-shaped device that sits on a person's shoulders. It’s easy to wear and comes with cameras, voice recognition, buttons, speakers, and vibration — all calibrated to help a blind or visually impaired person better explore and interact with the environment around them. Bluetooth technology pairs it with a smartphone. With a push of a button, it helps identify signs for bathrooms, exits, elevators, stairwells, and other important places — giving people with limited sight a new level of accessibility so they can do more with greater independence and confidence.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

lets go places! can they do that with b m w? is the toyoda on the market? the accessibility toyoda? my wife love to get one